Am Faclair Beag

Faclair Gàidhlig is Beurla le Dwelly 'na bhroinn
An English - Scottish Gaelic dictionary incorporating Dwelly

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Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
moladh /mɔLəɣ/ Listen
fir. gin. -aidh, iol. -aidhean
1 (act of) praising 2 praise 3 (act of) recommending 4 recommendation 5 (act of) suggesting, proposing 6 suggestion, proposal 7 (act of) paying tribute 8 tribute 9 (act of) commending 10 commendation 11 (act of) eulogizing 12 eulogy, panegyric
mol /mɔL/ Listen
gn. ag. -adh
1 praise! 2 recommend! 3 suggest, propose! 3 pay tribute! 5 commend! 6 eulogize!
dìomol /dʲiəməL/
gn. ag. -adh
dispraise, disparage!
dìomoladh /dʲiəməLəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh
1 (act of) dispraising, disparaging 2 dispraise, disparagement
cha robh sòradh aice air moladh
she didn't spare the praise
cluinn moladh gu mór oirre
hear great things about her!
làn airidh air moladh
fully/well deserving of praise
moladh an t-saoghail
applauded by everyone
moladh na maraige ri feuchainn
the proof of the pudding is the eating (fig.)
's math 's fhiach Calum moladh sam bith a nithear air
Calum deserves every bit of praise
tha seo a' cosnadh moladh
this is to be commended
thathar a' moladh gun dèan sinn strì /ha.ər ə mɔLəɣ gəNʲ dʲian ʃiNʲ sdriː/
it is being suggested that we fight
thoir gu buil moladh
give effect to a proposal!
thoir moladh dhà-san dhan dlighear e /hɔrʲ mɔLəɣ ɣaːsən ɣaN dli.ər ɛ/
give praise where praise is due, give credit where it's due!
tha i a' moladh peanas a' bhàis gu làidir
she is a keen advocate of the death penalty
atharrachadh air moladh
amendment of a proposal
tha mi a' moladh an arain a rinn thu dhomh
I appreciate the bread you made for me
moladh gun chiall
an insane proposal
moladh le deagh-rùn
a well-intentioned proposal
moladh prataigeach
practical proposition
ollamh a thoill am moladh Listen
a professor who deserves the praise
's miosa moladh dùrachdainn na h-ionnsaigh furachail /s misə mɔLəɣ duːrəxgɪNʲ nə hjũːNsɪ furaxal/
I cannot help but admire your keen determination (fig.)
déilig ri moladh le ro-aire
approach a proposal with circumspection!
leudaich moladh
elaborate on a proposal!
thathar a' moladh cho suidhichte 's a tha e 'na rùn
people admire his resolve
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Toraidhean Dwelly
moladh
-aidh, sm Praising, eulogising, applauding. 2 Act of praising or commending. 3 Act of ...an còrr
mol
pr pt a' moladh, va Praise, extol. 2 Recommend, advise. 3* Exalt, magnify. Moladh m' a...an còrr
dì-moladh
-aidh, sm Dispraise, act of dispraising, abusing, disparaging or underrating, disparag...an còrr
airidh
a Worthy, deserving, excellent. 2 Famous. 3 Fit, meet, suitable. Chan airidh mi air, I am ...an còrr
bàrluath
sm Portion of pipe-music in “ceòl mór” which precedes the taorluath. It do...an còrr
bàsaich
pr pt a' bàsachadh, vn Die (as an animal), perish. 2 Starve. 3 Wither, as a plant. 4 G...an còrr
càileachd
-an, sf Natural endowments, genius. 2 Energy, ability. 3 Temper, nature, constitution....an còrr
togail
gen -e & togalach, pl toglaichean, sf Lifting, act of lifting. 2 Building, ...an còrr
tuairmse
see tuaiream, An t-urram àrd gun tuairmse, the high honour without doubt — Molad...an còrr
òrensin
Moladh Mórag, 100. for “orange-an,” oranges, in 'Phoebus 'dath nan tonn ...an còrr
daoidheachd
sf ind Wickedness, folly, worthlessness. Moladh na daoidheachd, praise from the worthless....an còrr
dligh
vn Owe, be indebted. Ma dhligheas mi ni sam bith, if I owe anything; thoir moladh dha-...an còrr
guileagag
-aig, -an, sf dim of guileag, 1 & 2. 2 v. see Moladh Mórag.
math-shluagh
-uaigh, see mór-shluagh. 2 (DMy) Common people. 3 Congregation. Nam faicte mo leannan sa mhath-shlua...an còrr
ruaimleach
-eiche, a. Muddy, as water, turbid, agitating. Conadh ruaimleach, dark rage —...an còrr
toite
a Aice tha a' chroiteag is toite (“tight” in current edition) san Eòrpa,...an còrr
callanaich
? Le fuaim na guirm a callanaich, [should read Le fuaim na gairme galanaich, with the sound of th...an còrr
dì-mol
pr pt a' dì-moladh, va Dispraise, underrate, abuse, disparage.
dìomoladh
see dì-moladh.
dìomaladh
-aidh, sm & pr pt see dì-moladh.

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